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A world first for micro-needling devices

The Dermapen 4 sets a new benchmark in dermatology, being the first fully digital micro-needling device. It improves performance relative to current devices across a number of areas including calibration accuracy, cross-contamination prevention and human factors (by eliminating the power-cord). The new model’s balanced form and precision controls express a polished design language, reflecting Dermapen’s leadership position and differentiating the brand from an increasing number of competitors.

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Design Objectives





The Team We believe good design happens by expert people working as a team.

Libby Christmas Project Leader

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Marcus Krigsman

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Craig Stevens

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Ben Goodwin

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Perrin Boseley

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Warwick Brown

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Chris Morrish

Chris Morrish

Graeme Marshall

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Clinician sitting at desk working on laptop in a lab environment, with Dermapen sitting in a stand on the right.

Commercial Impact Dermapen wanted to raise the bar for micro-needling technology; to keep spearheading the crowded market they created.

Expand market base

Cross-contamination prevention

New commercial channels

Maintains market leadership position

Other Work